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What contractors need to know about the tax act

Jul 12, 2018 (0) comment , , , ,

Brief: Construction companies will be able to share in many of the benefits of December 2017’s Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, but they also need to know about some changes that could negatively impact their bottom lines, according to Crain’s Cleveland Business. A reduction of the corporate tax rate from 35% to 21% will add […]

25 Quotes From American Leaders to Celebrate This 4th of July

Jul 03, 2018 (0) comment , , , ,

The 4th of July means more than great BBQ, fireworks, and spending time with friends and family. It is also a tremendous celebration of American leadership. No matter your political beliefs it’s hard to dispute that the United States is a leader in the world. As Ronald Reagan said, we cannot escape our destiny, nor […]

The Dotted Line: How to make sure a contract protects your money

Jun 19, 2018 (0) comment , , , ,

  There are contractors who say they love the construction business so much that they would not do anything else for a living. But it’s impossible to live on a business that doesn’t make money. Sometimes in construction, jobs get mired in delays, cost overruns, unexpected changes, late payments and even nonpayment, leaving contractors to salvage what […]

Weirdest things found on a construction site

Jun 14, 2018 (0) comment , , ,

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There are many stories about weird things found during construction. Sometimes workers come across old buried cars, WWII bombs or even old ships. Here is a list with some of the weirdest things ever found at building sites. In case you have heard some interesting stories, or you yourself have experience finding strange/weird artifacts, you […]

$4B-plus Los Angeles stadium could be country’s most expensive yet

Jun 07, 2018 (0) comment , , , , ,

Brief: The price tag for the new Los Angeles Rams stadium under construction in Los Angeles has reached $4.25 billion, according to L.A. Biz. The figure includes the cost of a 6,000-seat amphitheater next to the stadium, but a planned buildout of retail and commercial development is likely to push the project past the $5 […]

Are tall timber buildings the future of construction?

May 31, 2018 (0) comment , , , ,

Billion-dollar construction startup Katerra’s acquisition of Michael Green Architecture suggests intriguing possibilities for sustainable construction The Wood Innovation and Design Centre in British Columbia; the 97-foot-tall building by MGA is the world’s tallest all-timber office building, but that distinction won’t last long. Michael Green Architecture Tall timber construction, hyped as one of the next big […]

10 Quotes on Leadership and Character for Memorial Day

May 24, 2018 (0) comment , , , ,

To those who gave their lives in the service of our country; to those who continue to serve; and to those whom have returned safely—thank you. You are the single-most reason we have the freedom to enjoy and prosper from free enterprise, entrepreneurship, and innovation. In your memory and honor, here is some memorable and […]

California Just Became the First State to Require Solar Panels on New Residential Construction

May 17, 2018 (0) comment , , , ,

The state continues to lead the way in emission reduction strategies.   California just became the first state to mandate solar panels on nearly all new residential homes. The mandate is part of California’s “Energy Efficiency Strategic Plan,” which includes the goal that both residential and commercial construction be zero net energy by 2030—meaning the buildings’ annual […]

Luxury $250 million Home Includes 85-Foot Pool

May 08, 2018 (0) comment , , ,

The home lists for $250 million, making it the most expensive single-family abode in the United States Luxury developer Bruce Makowsky is known for designing and building residential real estate with high price tags — but his latest creation has taken luxury to the next level. The home, located in Los Angeles, measures 38,000 square […]

‘Green’ concrete could be game-changer for construction industry

May 03, 2018 (0) comment , , ,

Microscopic flakes of graphene add strength and durability — but also raise cost and safety concerns. —–Adding graphene to concrete makes it stronger and greener Scientists have been tinkering with concrete in an effort to improve upon the world’s most widely used construction material — and they’ve notched some notable successes. New forms of concrete […]

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